Longtime singing competition hosted by Carson Daly crossword clue


This crossword clue Longtime singing competition hosted by Carson Daly was discovered last seen in the May 25 2021 at the New York Times Crossword. The crossword clue possible answer is available in 8 letters. This answers first letter of which starts with T and can be found at the end of E. We think THEVOICE is the possible answer on this clue.


Crossword clues for Longtime singing competition hosted by Carson Daly

Clue Answer
Longtime singing competition hosted by Carson Daly THEVOICE
___ Marcos, longtime first lady of the Philippines IMELDA
___ Lee, longtime head of Marvel Comics STAN
___ Island, birthplace and longtime home of Cornelius Vanderbilt STATEN
___ Brown, longtime head coach of the Philadelphia 76ers BRETT
__ Starkey, longtime drummer for The Who ZAK
With 80-Across, longtime CBS News correspondent LARA
With 6-Down, longtime "All My Children" star SUSAN
Supermodel and longtime "Project Runway" host HEIDIKLUM
Suffragist and longtime leader in the National Woman's Party ALICEPAUL
Phil Collins' longtime band GENESIS
Netflix series about two women who are longtime best friends, based on the Kristin Hannah novel: 2 wds. FIREFLYLANE
Miss ___, longtime etiquette columnist MANNERS
Longtime Yankees slugger Mattingly DON
Longtime Yankees pitcher who sang in his high school choir: 2 wds. ANDYPETTITTE
Longtime Yankees manager Joe TORRE
Longtime Yankees first baseman Mark TEIXEIRA
Longtime Yankee, to fans AROD
Longtime work animal BURRO
Longtime Utah senator Hatch ORRIN
Longtime Texas libertarian who ran for president three times RONPAUL
Longtime teammate of Bryant ONEAL
Longtime Tab competitor DIETRITE
Longtime syrup brand KARO
Longtime Syrian ruling family name ASSAD
Longtime Swedish automaker SAAB

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